The Northern Miner podcast – episode 42: New Year edition ft. 2017 outlook, Donald Trump and Cordoba Minerals

A site visit to the San Matias project in northern Colombia. Credit: Cordoba MineralsA site visit to the San Matias project in northern Colombia. Credit: Cordoba Minerals

The Northern Miner returns with a post-holiday edition wherein Western Editor Matthew Keevil digs into a variety of the macroeconomic and political themes heading into 2017. We discuss financial outlooks on the U.S. and Canadian economies, the state of China’s Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI), and the potential tension between the Trudeau Liberals and Donald J. Trump’s incoming Republican government. Matt also drills into his recent interview with Cordoba Mineral‘s (TSXV: CDB; US-OTC: CDBMF) president and CEO Mario Stifano, which just put out a maiden resource on its Alacran copper-gold deposit in Colombia, where it is working on a joint venture with Robert Friedland’s High Power Exploration (HPX).

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Matt’s commentary and show agenda: 0:22
The incoming Donald J. Trump administration: 2:09
BMO Capital Markets “The Best of BMO – Canadian Edition”: 11:12
Scotiabank reports on Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI): 8:02
Matt talks his interview with Cordoba Minerals CEO Mario Stifano: 14:50

Articles referenced:

Cordoba, HPX move San Matias forward

Editorial: Metallurgical coal prices go through the roof

Editorial: What a Trump presidency means for US miners

Rob McEwen on Donald Trump’s win

PDAC 2016: China remains ‘engine of growth’

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